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NABU did not stop work for a single minute in 2022 - Gizo Uglava

During the full-scale invasion of the russian federation, NABU not only did not stop its work but also joined the fight against the occupiers. Anti-corruption agencies showed their resilience, and the anti-corruption system works effectively despite objective difficulties. This was noted by acting NABU Director Gizo Uglava during a public discussion "Anti-Corruption During the War. Results of 2022".

First year of eCase MS: achievements and near-term plans

Despite a 5-month break caused by russia’s full-scale invasion, the operation of the eCase MS electronic criminal proceedings system was resumed on August 1, 2022. As of Dec. 20, 2022, it contains information on 306 criminal proceedings. Each day, more and more users from NABU and SAPO join the eCase MS, while the e-document generated by the system has undergone procedural validation in court.

Supreme Court upholds verdict against Kyiv region judge

Hanna Bilyk, a judge of the Brovary city district court in the Kyiv region, has been sentenced to 6 years in prison with the confiscation of a car and a land plot. She has also been stripped of the right to hold certain administrative posts for a period of 3 years. The verdict was passed by the Criminal Court of Cassation of the Supreme Court on Dec. 14, 2022. Previously, the same decision had been passed by the High Anti-Corruption Court and the HACC Appeals Chamber. The verdict of the Supreme Court is final and cannot be appealed.

Over UAH 113 million go to Armed Forces thanks to NABU, SAPO

UAH 113.7 million, seized within NABU and SAPO investigations into corruption at customs, went to the Armed Forces of Ukraine on Dec. 14, 2022. One case was referred to court in August 2022, while another is still being investigated. At the request of ...

Odesa region court judge finally sentenced to 9 years

Pavlo Medentsev, a judge of the Odesa region Commercial Court, has been found guilty of receiving UAH 570,000 in undue advantage and sentenced to 9 years in prison with confiscation of property. The Criminal Court of Cassation of the Supreme Court has finally upheld the ruling, which was passed by the HACC Appeal Chamber on Oct. 7, 2020.